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Is it easy to reschedule my publications with Nelio Content’s editorial calendar?

Yes, it’s super easy! Rescheduling posts in Nelio’s editorial calendar is as simple as dragging-and-dropping them on a different day. Just click on the post you want to reschedule and move it around. You can even use this drag-and-drop functionality to trash the post—just drop it in the Trash area at the top right of the calendar:

Drag-and-Drop Calendar
You can drag and drop all the elements that appear in the dialog and, hence, re-schedule or remove them. Whilst dragging an element, the actions in the calendar change—drop an element onto the trash to remove it and hover the Next/Previous icons to change the current month.

Moreover, you can also hover over the areas at the top left of the calendar whilst dragging a post to go to the next (or the previous) month easily. Just hover the next or previous area for a moment and the calendar will start to move forward or backwards in time every second or so. Once the month you’re interested in is on screen, drop the post on the desired day and you’re done!

Move easily a post between months.
Move easily a post between months by hovering it on the Previous and Next areas,

Another outstanding advantage that will save you a lot of time is auto-rescheduling. If you reschedule a post, all social messages and tasks related to this post will be rescheduled too, without your doing anything.

And all these functionalities also apply to social messages and editorial tasks! You can always drag-and-drop stuff around in the editorial calendar.

Finally, if you want to finer tune the exact moment in which an element is published, just click on it to open its editor dialog—not only will you be able to change its publication date, but also its publication time.

Screenshot of the dialogue for editing a social message.
Screenshot of the dialogue for editing a social message. With it, we can change the profile with which it has to be shared, the message and the date and time of publication. In addition, we can also see which post is related to it (if any).